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7 hours ago, OctoberRaven said:

Imagine thinking "You know what I like about stadiums? Traffic!"

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That South Beach is still considered the epitome of Miami is absolutely disheartening and stupid. 

Anyway I live relatively by The Licking in North Miami and I haven't been yet. I'm sure it's good but I just moved here in January and then rona happened. 

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Someday after Covid I might go up to Sunrise again and give it a try.

I mean I could go to one closer to me but I'd probably go to Sunrise again for one reason or another, so it'd be more of a stop then a destination.

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2 hours ago, LL. said:

That South Beach is still considered the epitome of Miami is absolutely disheartening and stupid. 

Anyway I live relatively by The Licking in North Miami and I haven't been yet. I'm sure it's good but I just moved here in January and then rona happened. 

Thanks to college football I'll always think of Da U and dudes who cut their football jersey into a mid riff when I think about Miami.

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1 hour ago, DMN said:

Thanks to college football I'll always think of Da U and dudes who cut their football jersey into a mid riff when I think about Miami.

That's closer to what Miami actually is than South Beach. >_>

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Among those in their first-year of eligibility, there's one quarterback listed for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2021 nominees and he's one of the very best to have ever set foot upon the gridiron.

Peyton Manning, a two-time Super Bowl winner and five-time AP NFL Most Valuable Player who delighted Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos fans across 17 autumns, is tops among those newly eligible.

Among the other first-year headliners are former Packers and Raiders standout defensive back Charles Woodson, a Super Bowl winner and nine-time Pro Bowler, and Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson, a six-time Pro Bowl selection. One of the most prolific sack artists of all-time, Jared Allen, one of the most valuable contributors to the Patriots dynasty, guard Logan Mankins, and the innovator of the "Peanut Punch," cornerback Charles Tillman, are also now eligible.

To be considered for election to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, a nominated individual must not have participated as an active player for five consecutive seasons.

A full list of the nominees is below:

First-Year Eligibles
Quarterback – Peyton Manning

Wide Receivers – Calvin Johnson, Wes Welker, Roddy White

Tight End – Heath Miller

Running Back – Steven Jackson

Offensive Linemen – D'Brickashaw Ferguson (T), Logan Mankins (G)

Defensive Backs – Charles Tillman (CB), Charles Woodson (CB/S)

Defensive Linemen – Jared Allen (DE), Justin Tuck (DE), Kevin Williams (DT)

Linebacker – Jerod Mayo

Additional Nominees
Quarterback – Drew Bledsoe, Randall Cunningham, Jake Delhomme, Jeff Garcia, Dave Krieg, Donovan McNabb, Steve McNair

Running Backs – Shaun Alexander, Mike Alstott (FB), Tiki Barber, Earnest Byner, Larry Centers, Corey Dillon, Warrick Dunn, Eddie George, Priest Holmes, Jamal Lewis, Eric Metcalf (also WR/KR/PR), Glyn Milburn (also WR/KR/PR), Lorenzo Neal (FB), Fred Taylor, Herschel Walker (also KR), Ricky Watters

Wide Receivers – Donald Driver, Henry Ellard (also PR), Torry Holt, Chad Johnson, Derrick Mason, Muhsin Muhammad, Jimmy Smith, Rod Smith, Hines Ward, Reggie Wayne

Tight Ends – Dallas Clark, Ben Coates, Keith Jackson, Brent Jones, Jeremy Shockey, Wesley Walls

Offensive Linemen – Willie Anderson (T), Matt Birk (C), Tony Boselli (T), Lomas Brown (T), Ruben Brown (G), Alan Faneca (G), Kevin Glover (C/G), Jordan Gross (T), Kent Hull (C), Olin Kreutz (C), Tom Nalen (C), Chris Samuels (T), Jeff Saturday (C), Chris Snee (G), Brian Waters (G), Richmond Webb (T), Erik Williams (T), Steve Wisniewski (G)

Defensive Linemen – John Abraham (DE also LB), Ray Childress (DT/DE), Casey Hampton (DT/NT), La'Roi Glover (DT/NT), Leslie O'Neal (DE), Michael Dean Perry (DT/DE), Simeon Rice (DE), *Richard Seymour (DT), Justin Smith (DE), Neil Smith (DE), Greg Townsend (DE/LB/DT/NT), Adrian Wilson (DE), Bryant Young (DT)

Linebackers – Cornelius Bennett, Lance Briggs, Tedy Bruschi, London Fletcher, Seth Joyner, Clay Matthews, Willie McGinest (also DE), Joey Porter, Sam Mills, Chris Spielman, Takeo Spikes, Pat Swilling (also DE), Darryl Talley, Zach Thomas, Patrick Willis

Defensive Backs – Eric Allen (CB), Ronde Barber (CB/S), LeRoy Butler (S), Nick Collins (S), Rodney Harrison (S), Merton Hanks (S), James Hasty (DB), Albert Lewis (CB), John Lynch (S), Tim McDonald (S), Allen Rossum (DB), Asante Samuel (DB), Bob Sanders (S), Troy Vincent (CB), Darren Woodson (S)

Punters/Kickers - David Akers (K), Gary Anderson (K), Jason Elam (K), Jeff Feagles (P), Jason Hanson (K), John Kasay (K), Sean Landeta (P), Ryan Longwell (K), Nick Lowery (K), Reggie Roby (P), Rohn Stark (P), Matt Turk (P)

Special Teams –Josh Cribbs (KR/PR also WR), Mel Gray (PR/KR also WR), Brian Mitchell (KR/PR also RB), Steve Tasker (ST also WR)

The 130 modern-era nominees include: 65 offensive players, 49 defensive players and 16 special teamers. The list of will be reduced to 25 semifinalists in November and 15 finalists in January. The Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2021 will be revealed during NFL Honors the night before Super Bowl LV.

 

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10 hours ago, damsher hatfield said:

The Jets apparently all have hamstring injuries

Hamstring injuries seem to be the big thing coming out of lack of pre-season. Three of the top four CBs at the Lions have hammy issues. 

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The Mariners series against the Padres was moved to SD as a result of air quality concerns.   At this point, they might as well move the Seahawks game out to a neutral site.  Minnesota is open and halfway between them and Boston, so why not try that?

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Everyone on the Browns and Bengals stood  locked arms for the anthem, but nobody cares because Odell Beckham was seen on camera laughing and talking with other players through the whole thing.

The rager these people have for the anthem knows no bounds!

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Baker looked much much better than last week in his first series.

 

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1 hour ago, B-li Manning said:

Joe Buck is now a Hall of Famer??? :puke:

He's not my favorite either, but the guys voice has been tied to god knows how many legendary moments in the NFL and MLB.  He deserves it

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Imagine if the offensive line protected Joe Burrow. 

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1 minute ago, damsher hatfield said:

Hard to read Burrow when they have him throw 60 times. But I can say they're absolutely not protecting him which is awful. 

That's pretty much my point. I would love to see Burrow actually play instead of try to survive. 

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You should get bonus fantasy points for contracts signings.

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On 9/17/2020 at 11:39 PM, Lint said:

He's not my favorite either, but the guys voice has been tied to god knows how many legendary moments in the NFL and MLB.  He deserves it

His voice is tied to so many legendary moments because he's been around for ages having been handed a job at a very young age due to his dad.

I don't mind when he sounds enthusiastic about the call he's making, but they are very few and far between.  Pat Summerall could pull off minimalist commentary because he had such a deep, distinct voice that carried so much weight that just saying a few words made the moment feel more epic.  Buck often comes across like he's calling the game with boring indifference.

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